Composer Sven Helbig presents his radio show 'Schöne Töne' live on stage: classical music from three centuries rearranged with electronica and ambient and explained
›Mother of God, here I stand‹ from ›The Veil of the Temple‹ for string orchestra
›Deo Gratia‹, arranged by Sven Helbig
›Tres Momentos‹, 2nd movement
Violin Concerto in D minor, 2nd and 3rd movement
›Abandon Window‹, arranged by Sven Helbig
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, 2nd movement, arranged for chamber orchestra by Joolz Gale
- Sven Helbig – Komposition und Moderation
- Mario Batkovic – accordion
- Noa Wildschut – Violin
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Everything that composer Sven Helbig encounters, notices, receives and likes on his musical travels - especially when orchestral instruments are involved - he presents to an enthusiastic audience in his weekly programme 'Schöne Töne' on radioeins.
Here, beautiful sounds far from the orchestra pit - electronica, ambient, new or ancient - flow together with classical orchestral music in an original and effortless way. Venetian Snares meets Alexander Scriabin, Jóhann Jóhannsson meets Richard Strauss, Boards of Canada meets Johann Sebastian Bach.
Now the internationally successful musician is bringing his 'Schöne Töne' (Beautiful Sounds) live to the stage, together with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. In a two-hour show, sounds from three centuries are blended into a musical mix of the present.
Entertaining and fun, just like in his radio show, Sven Helbig will host the evening, welcome guests and tell stories from his almost endless treasure trove of musical tales.
Join the DSO, conductor Ralf Sochaczewsky, various soloists and Sven Helbig for an extraordinary musical adventure. Among others, this second edition features the sound artist, accordionist and composer Mario Batkovic.